A man practicing witchcraft may be call a witch, a shaman, a sorcerer, a magician, and/or a wizard. The word "Warlock" means oath breaker, if you call a male practitioner of witchcraft a warlock he will be offended.
A witch is a person who practises witchcraft, or a derogatory term for an ugly or unpleasant person. It can also refer to various types of fish, including the Torbay sole, and the megrim.
Necromancy: Prediction of the future by supposedly communicating with the Dead. Warlock: A man who practises Witchcraft. A Dictionary is a wonderful thing. You should try it sometime.
Paganism in modern times is an umbrella term for any nature based religion or set of beliefs and practises. Historically a "Pagan" was a country dweller, or one who comes from the heath. While "Witchcraft" is the craft of the wise - the practise of magick in order to maximise the natural order of things. Witchcraft is a pathway within Paganism.
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He practises Islam.
White witchcraft is more of a healing witchcraft, while black witchcraft is to harm someone else.
A calligrapher is a person who practises calligraphy.